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Domestic Violence

To Ex Parte or Not to Ex Parte?

By | Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Family Law, Legal, Spousal Support/Alimony

In family law, tension runs high and a lot of the time a party’s action is fueled by emotion, sometimes causing a “domino-effect” of sorts or triggering retaliation from their husband/wife. The Family Court identifies and assists parties (and their children) on an immediate basis if the need rises to the level of an emergency. But what exactly is an “emergency” in Family Law?

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The Family Law Lawyer – hired gun or confidant, finding the right lawyer

By | Attorneys Fees, Current Affairs, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Family Law, Legal

As I lay in bed on a Saturday morning fielding calls from several different clients in a panic about giving their children over for the weekend to an ex-spouse or partner with whom they absolutely cannot stand, or worried that their children will not be returned after the weekend on…

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